Yes, they are.
All photos on Canva are subject to copyright and intellectual property laws. This means that users do not own the rights to use the images in any way beyond what is allowed by the license granted by Canva.
Canva has an extensive library of free and premium photos, illustrations, icons, templates, and more. All of these images are protected by copyright law, which means that they cannot be used without permission from the copyright holder. The only exception is if the user has a valid license from Canva to use the image.
In order to protect its users from copyright infringement, Canva requires all users to accept its End User License Agreement (EULA). This EULA outlines how users can use Canva’s content and what is not allowed. It also outlines the consequences for breaking this agreement.
The EULA states that users must not copy or modify any of the content found on Canva without permission from the copyright holder or from Canva itself. Users must also not redistribute or resell any of the content found on Canva without permission. Violating this agreement can result in legal action.
In conclusion, all photos on Canva are subject to copyright and intellectual property laws. Users do not own the rights to use any of these images beyond what has been granted by a valid license from Canva. Any unauthorized use of content found on Canva can result in legal action.